The technique of fusing glass goes back to biblical times. Layers of glass are cut and then arranged in a kiln to be fired to a temperature of 1550 degrees when it becomes one piece of glass. A second firing is required to form the piece into a bowl or platter. Slumping into a mold may create variations of crackling in the precious metal letters.
Pre-drilled holes at top and bottom will secure this piece with included brass screws
Indoor or outdoor use.
Hand cut, hand assembled, fused and slumped.
As Each Piece Is Hand Made And Unique, No Two Will Be Exactly Alike.
Born and raised in Israel, Tamara Baskin moved to the United States where she began her career in art. A self taught artist with some twenty years experience working in several mediums, Tamara's Judaica works are fused glass, with an emphasis on creating elegant yet functional designs to celebrate Jewish life. No two pieces are exactly alike